NBA rumors: Close to 80 percent of NBA players have had COVID-19 vaccine

Meanwhile, as cities across the country ease restrictions on movement and gathering as the number of vaccinations for COVID-19 increases, Silver stopped short of committing to completely full arenas by the time the NBA Finals roll around in July. And while seats around the court will remain in fewer numbers than normal, he expressed confidence that there will be far more fans than he expected in the seats as the playoffs move along. “I think it’s very possible that come July, when our Finals will be, you’ll see essentially full buildings,” said Silver, who added that “close to 80%” of all NBA players have had COVID-19 vaccinations.
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Jae Crowder requested trade when he learned he might not start, Celtics, Grizzlies, Mavericks, Heat potential destinations

Veteran forward Jae Crowder asked not to come to training camp, and the Suns announced they’d granted the request Sunday. Crowder was informed over the summer that he may lose his starting job this season, sources said, and it prompted him to request a trade. The Suns had discussions about it throughout the summer but hadn’t found a deal yet. But it seems clear his time with the team is over.
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